First time poster here and thank you for taking the time to read my message.
Last Thursday my daughter took the 11+ cem exam in Bucks. That evening I asked her how she got on and she thought that she did ok, answered most of the paper and guessed the last few questions due to time constraints. She then informed in that for one section, non verbal reasoning, she realised that her answers were out of sync to the questions e.g answering what she thought to be Q10 but was in fact Q9.
I asked why she did not inform one of the invigilators present and her response was that she had her hand up for at least 2 minutes but no one came to her aid and so proceeded to try and correct her mistakes. After the test she did not raise her issue with anyone.
The next day, Friday, I had planned to see the head teacher about this in the morning but the weather was atrocious, flash flooding, roads grid locked, which resulted in me being late dropping off my daughter. As I had to get to work and battle through the unusually high traffic I could not visit the head teacher as I had planned.
Monday morning arrives and once I drop off my daughter I make a beeline to see the head teacher. I then discussed the matter after which the response was that the examinations report had already been written, last Thursday, and that there was not much else we could do as the incident had not been brought to their attention. I had reassurance that this 'would not matter' but I stressed that this could be the difference between a pass or a fail and I specifically requested that our discussion be logged.
May I clarify if this is indeed true in that if an incident was not logged prior to the examinations report being finalised and sent then effectively are we too late to do anything?
Any feedback will be most welcomed.